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- Jeanne Allen President of the Center for Education Reform
- Sandra Feldman American Federation of Teachers
- Craig Jerald Education Week senior editor and project director of Quality Counts
- Marty Schollenberger Swaim Teacher at Jefferson Middle School in Arlington, Virginia and author of "Teacher Time" (Redbud)
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